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Aborigines – Contemporary Issues. Urban problems 3/4 th Urban dwellers. about 25% live in Sydney and Brisbane. Poverty, unemployment, dependency Alcoholism, substance abuse Police harassment – deaths in custody. Contemp.Issues-2. Stolen Generation (1931-70s) Recovery of past

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aborigines contemporary issues
Aborigines – Contemporary Issues
  • Urban problems
  • 3/4th Urban dwellers.
  • about 25% live in Sydney and Brisbane. Poverty, unemployment, dependency
    • Alcoholism, substance abuse
    • Police harassment – deaths in custody
contemp issues 2
Contemp.Issues-2
  • Stolen Generation (1931-70s)
    • Recovery of past
    • Psychological trauma
    • Issue of apology
  • Land Rights
    • 1975 Racial Discrimination Act
    • 1976 Aboriginal Lands Rights Act
    • 1992 Mabo Case
contemp issues 3
Contemp.Issues-3
  • Development
  • Quest for Reconciliation (1990s – now)
    • 1991 Council
    • Membership-and-remembership = respect
    • Human rights: justice, equality
    • Economic rights: pay own way, legal equality
    • Recognition of mutual identity
aborigine contribution to the society
Aborigine contribution to the Society
  • Cultural tourism
  • Indigenous arts, leadership in sports, public services
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